Miracle of The Roses

The miracle of the roses is a Catholic miracle in which roses announce the presence or activity of God (see below: The legend). Such a miracle is presented in various hagiographies and legends in different forms, and it occurs in connection with diverse individuals such as St. Elisabeth of Hungary (1207–1231), St. Elizabeth of Portugal (1271–1336), and Our Lady of Guadalupe (appeared in 1531).

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